Facebook CMO Antonio Lucio Is Stepping Down

In a public post on the platform, its top marketer said he's leaving to focus on DEI initiatives

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Facebook’s chief marketing officer, Antonio Lucio, is leaving after two years with the social media platform.

Lucio joined the company in 2018 from HP Inc., just a few months after Facebook’s relationship to the Cambridge Analytica scandal was exposed. He leaves as Facebook faces scrutiny for hate speech on its platform and anti-competitive behavior.

In a public Facebook post today, Lucio said that he plans to devote the last chapter of his career exclusively to promoting

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